The same tools made addresses from the courts and even engaged every barefooted fellow to sign addresses from the counties.
All were barefooted, and such as were Berbers were bareheaded also.
The next job was to make moccassins for ourselves and for the oxen, for it was plain they could not go on another day barefooted.
No one asked the short-skirted, barefooted girl to finish her sentence.
Both were barefooted; Maria wore a simple white dress, and Ramon a linen shirt and trousers.
Not staying an instant, every man ran for the hillside, barefooted in the snow.
She was barefooted; and, unless I strangely mistook, her face was as ghastly as the one Perry had been speaking of that night.
I was about to take the child into the house, when Jonas remarked that it was barefooted.
Yes, and barefooted, wild-eyed and untaught, but suffering—and such suffering!
The door opened and the nurse carried in the baby, barefooted.
To go barefoot was a sign of great distress (Isa. 20:2, 3, 4), or of some great calamity having fallen on a person (2 Sam. 15:30).